Arts & Leisure

A Band in Search of a New Leader

One Tuesday night last summer, Sag Harbor Community Band president Dave Lee watched as a third generation of hopeful band members scampered through a...

Rebecca Dwoskin

The 13-year-old star of the Pierson Middle School production of “Annie,” talks about when she was first bit by the acting bug, stage fright...

A Peek at Process: Alex Katz reveals his method in a new exhibit

by Annette Hinkle There are many artists who are reluctant to allow the public a glimpse of the inner workings of creativity and the steps...

Richard Grubb

The former Haitian missionary and head of Impact Haiti, a ministry based at Living Water Church in Wainscott, about the mission he supports and...

Pierson Students Learning On the Road

by Annette Hinkle It’s true that students can learn about other cultures by studying the history and art of faraway places in the classroom —...

Inspiring those Poetic Spirits

by Annette Hinkle Ask anyone who’s lived out here for a while — getting through the winters on the East End, both physically and socially,...

Haiti Tragedy Stimulates Charitable Spirit

Since a 7.0 earthquake shocked the nation of Haiti to its core on Tuesday, January 12, the whole world has reeled from reports of...

Murderous Musical: Theatre for the new economy

It’s not every day that East End audiences have a chance to witness the birth of a musical — one that may go on...

Dava Sobel: The Art of Science Writing

For East Hampton’s Dava Sobel, science writing is more than a passion — it is a way of life. “It has been well onto 35...

Bluegrass for a Winter’s Night: Steep Canyon Rangers debut on the East End

Though the East End of Long Island is certainly not known as a hotbed of bluegrass music, for the past several years, the Shelter...

The Life and Art of a Seeker

Young people have a knack for discovering and discarding passions like a pair of sneakers. Though he has always pursued the sciences in his...

Triple Play: Two dozen actors, five weeks, three plays — and one crazed director

The holidays are over, January has set in and so have the depths of winter. This is a time when many theaters on the...

Santa at the Beach: Cartoonist’s East End line of greeting cards

Peter Spacek’s foray into the world of greeting cards began as many new business ventures do — with frustration over what was already available. Spacek,...

Blizzard Bakeoff: five pounds of dough, three jars of sprinkles & seven kids

Anyone who grew up back when there were real winters may have grown to lament the lack of big snows in December in recent...

Business Today: Holiday Cheer and Plenty of Beer

For over a decade The Southampton Publick House has made Christmas ale, Southampton Biere de Garde, in honor of the holiday season. During that...

Latest Articles

All For The Hall: Artists Come Together to Support Guild Hall

After Guild Hall was forced to cancel its annual summer gala and auction, artist Robert Longo suggested postponing his own show until 2021 in lieu of a benefit exhibition, “All for the Hall,” featuring donated work from 60 artists ranging from established powerhouses to burgeoning names, on view starting Saturday, August 8.

Jewish Film Festival at Gabreski Airport

Perhaps it’s a sign of the times, but world-wide pandemics have a way of altering the normal flow of things. For example, while usual air traffic may be down somewhat these days at Francis Gabreski Airport in Westhampton Beach, the tried and true drive-in has popped up in its place.

Live Music is Back — and Safe — at Stephen Talkhouse

Music lovers rejoice! Stephen Talkhouse, the famed intimate music venue in Amagansett, is finding new ways to share live music during the pandemic. On July 30, the Talkhouse kicked off a new series with musical artists performing inside the space and audiences sitting outside listening to the concert on nearby speakers and viewing it on video screens.